Monthly Archives: January 2010

Citizen Journalism and Social Media

The recent supreme court decision signals the beginning of a new era in terms of political contributions, but it’s just behind a new era of citizen reporting that will likely keep it in check. Continue reading

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Business without Borders

There needs to be a more concerted effort among businesses to send people from their organizations to developing countries to help grow their economies. Continue reading

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Creative Destruction

Traditional gatekeepers are falling by the wayside. How can you use this to your advantage? Continue reading

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The Return of Social

Location based networks are proving to be great at the one thing technology had performed poorly in for so long – in person connections. Continue reading

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Making a Difference with Mobile Donations

Mobile giving is having a profound impact on non-profits, but being able to connect giving to a cause is even more important. Continue reading

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Context and Conversations

A look at how social media is more based on conversations, and how the context of each platform should address which messages you put on them. Continue reading

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First Impressions

Lots of companies jump into new technologies online quickly, only to find out later they don’t know what to do with it. Continue reading

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